Fifty-one healthy office workers, aged 36 - 55, volunteered for a dietary field trial. One third of them were asked to cut out sucrose and replace it with other foods.
The use of commonly available women's hairspray as an inexpensive aerosol fixative of Papanicolaou cervical and vaginal smears for cytodiagnosis is reported.
Thirty patients with soft-tissue and some with bone infections were treated with cephalexin.
One hundred and nine patients with infective croup (measles, diphtheritic and 'viral'), were treated with nasotracheal intubation.
A method of maximal Faradic stimulation of the perineal musculature under general anaesthesia is reviewed.